Phase II: Intensive Behavioral Health Services

Phase II is a purpose-built facility that reflects the exceptional quality, sophistication and respectfulness of our intensive behavioral health services – a dynamic that will benefit every single member of our community. Individuals from all backgrounds across the region will access our services as a turning point to recovery, and this has a range of benefits including enabling hospitals and first responders to focus on their core roles rather than managing complex behavioral health needs.

Ultimately, Phase II – like the entire campus – will serve as a direct resource for our community members and partners across Northwest Washington.

Phase II: Intensive Behavioral Health Services

Phase II will begin with the demolition of the 70-year-old Bailey Building to make way for the Phase II and III facilities that will follow. The Phase II facility is designed to provide a comprehensive range of adaptable services to meet individual needs, while enabling clients to remain in their communities during treatment. Research has shown that people who receive care close to home typically have better outcomes.

Compass Health will construct an 82,000-square-foot building to accommodate a variety of intensive services including:

The 16-bed inpatient evaluation and treatment unit will allow us to serve an additional 250 clients annually in the most acute setting outside of a psychiatric hospital. This will amount to more than 5,000 days of total care where clients can remain in their community, receiving family visits, seamless care coordination, and facilitating efficient transition to after-care. In total, the facility is estimated to provide 30,587 points of service to approximately 1,500 adults each year.

This community-based care facility aligns with the state’s focus on modernizing and transforming our state’s mental healthcare systems. The redevelopment of our Broadway Campus will create efficient, purpose-built clinical and operational space designed to meet the behavioral healthcare needs of our community – and reflect the dignity both our patients and staff deserve.

Phase II will be an asset in how we care for clients and it will also strengthen our ability to recruit and retain behavioral health clinicians and support staff. This facility will also feature a two-level parking structure, allowing patients and staff to park onsite.

Projected Costs: $50 million

Aiming to Break Ground: Beginning of 2022

 

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